Juventus is prepared to offload Paul Pogba for a modest sum of £10m, as reported by Italian media outlet Gazella Dello Sport. The club is looking to sell the former Manchester United midfielder at this relatively low price to interested teams. Pogba, who has had a history of injuries, has caught the attention of several Saudi Arabian clubs, particularly Al Ahli and Al Itihad.
It is worth recalling that Pogba became the world’s most expensive player in 2016 when he moved from Juventus to Manchester United in a deal worth £105m. However, the French midfielder later expressed his disappointment with his time at the English club. After the expiration of his contract, the 31-year-old returned to Turin with the hope of helping Juventus reclaim their dominant position by winning the Scudetto.
Unfortunately, Pogba’s playing time has been severely limited due to a series of injuries. He has made just 10 appearances with one assist for Juventus. His most recent injury occurred during a match against Cremonese in May, where he was forced to leave the field after only 24 minutes, visibly upset.